The Dior x Air Jordan 1 collection is available now. Learn how to buy the pair here.
Travis Scott and Jordan Brand formally announced their partnership with fashion house Dior for the upcoming Air Dior collection.
Photos have floated around of the upcoming $2000 Dior x Air Jordan 1s in a high and low-top form, but today the brand unveiled the apparel collection that is part of the collaboration.
In addition to “Dior” Air Jordan 1 High and Low, the capsule collection will feature various apparel items including wool suits, blazers, bomber jackets, sweatshirts, T-shirts, shorts, polos, pants, and also quality leather goods. The collection that releases in April of 2020 predominantly features navy, grey, and white.
The footwear has been rumored to be limited to just 1,000 pieces, but neither this nor the $2,000 price tag has been formally confirmed by the brands.
UPDATE: There appears to be an upcoming DIOR Nike Air Max 95 collaboration for 2021.
// Original post – December 11, 2019
Thanks to Travis Scott, we got our first look.
Seen for the first time above, “AIR DIOR” brands the Wings logo with collaborative Swoosh embroidery and an icy bottom capping off this otherwise White/Grey scheme. The shade of grey is said to speak to Dior’s history while calf-leather levels up over traditional takes or even satin styles.
Jordan Brand has confirmed that the Dior x Air Jordan 1 launch will take place in April of 2020 at select Dior stores globally. Original leaks reported these retailing for a whopping $2,000 a pair. In addition, Daniel Arsham has shared multiple looks which you can see below.
Keep it locked to Nice Kicks for more details. For a complete history of Air Jordan 1 collaborations click here.
To watch Sean Wotherspoon and Thibo, Dior Men’s Head Footwear Designer, break down the collaboration in detail, peep the video below.
Dior x Air Jordan 1
Release Date: April 2020
A sneaker preview courtesy of ZSneakerheadz and SoleByJC give us another detailed look on the upcoming Dior x Air Jordan 1. The pairs will be limited to 8,500 units with each one being individually numbered only adding to the hype and desire of the shoe. No update on a specific release date yet, but expect these to drop April 2020.
Take a look at the pair below, and keep it locked here at Nice Kicks for more.
The upcoming Dior x Air Jordan collection is being delayed for a later day amidst Coronavirus. The collection was originally set to release on an international’s draw system in April. Stay up to date as we continue to develop the story here at Nice Kicks.
Read Nike’s official statement below.